Jackman, a plantation in Somerset County, was formally organized on March 5, 1895 after earlier organization for election purposes in 1859 and 1894. The plantation emerged from the township T4 R1 NBKP.
The village is on the shore of Wood Pond in Attean Township just to the west. Attean Lake and Attean Mountain are southwest of the village. The area provides attractive fishing and hunting opportunities, and jobs for workers in the logging industry.
On the Moose River only 15 miles from the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jackman is the gateway for people visiting Quebec City from Maine.
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